Our Great Founding Fathers Put Slavery on the Road to Extinction
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The fact is the Founding Fathers put slavery on the road to extinction. First they declared that all men were created equal and that all men had God given rights no matter their skin color then they came up with the 3/5ths Clause, Then they ended the slave trade, And lastly they prohibited slavery in the the Territories. Yes, The Founding Fathers realized that slavery was against their belief in liberty and sought to exterminate this great evil in their liberty loving government they had created.
I will still wait.
I concede this debate and am 'on holiday' from formal debating for as long as I please.
If you are serious about this debate topic, I will genuinely have it with you with all these settings at a later date. I understand if you don't want to, because you'd have given me more time to think and angle things against your Round 1 but that's a risk you need to be willing to take if you truly want to have this debate formally.
I will promise you that I'll have it as my only debate and put a lot of research into it, alone, with no other debate to deter from it or distract me. If you want a safety net, I will even have it be unrated. I am trying to truly learn how to impress all voters, even my enemies, in debates and want to experiment a more eloquent 'charm the reader' style of debating than I typically use.
Sounds good. I will look forward to it.
to help you a little, I will give you a more troll-ish angle to take that will tilt the enemy:
They put slavery on the road to exctinction because determinism is true and their starting of America and the snowball effects of slavery as well as the abolition of slavery were both due to them equally.
This angle has counters, including that even today slavery happens (even technically when you make prisoners do manual labour or whatever, that is slavery as is prison in general but I am talking about organised slavery where America actively trades with nations that engage in horrific factory conditions, child labour etc.) I would turn the concept of determinism back on you by elaborating on slavery and how the very structure of America has always been white-male-centric.
well if you look up meme definition right under it it has the graph for usage over time
That is a meme. There are more people now and the internet increases information so... wrong.
Also if you look the usage of the word Meme overtime, it was apparently used more in 1800, hahaha, what a joke
an element of a culture or system of behavior that may be considered to be passed from one individual to another by nongenetic means, especially imitation.
•a humorous image, video, piece of text, etc., that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly by Internet users.
Find the definition of meme please. My copying skills are not that good right now.
is saying concession a meme now
I am specifically talking about this case here.
Are you calling me cringey?
Do you want me to tag other cringey people?
I fail to under stand how this is unique to me/Dr. Franklin, I feel as though I'm missing your point.
Was going to say meme squad since you both did the same thing but I thought cringe would fit better. That is all.
Well I am cringey
Goodbye RM, you were too pure for this website...
RM Left a long time ago
I must agree with your proffesional opinion
Pro has that EZ dub in my opinion
Wait are we talking about purposefully ending it, or otherwise?
Ok, I agree good luck
They set in motion things that could end slavery and they did it purposefully.
What is road to extinction